|Born:||Poynton, Cheshire, England|
|Lived:||Greggs Row Hunningley Lane|
|Burial Location:||Christ Church, Ardsley,|
John Ward’s son, William, was one of the nearly 200 volunteer rescuers who entered the mine after the first explosion. He was then a central figure in fundraising for the Oaks Disaster Memorial which was placed in Christ Church, Ardsley, in 1879.
Map for John Ward